Cool Easter Animation

In celebration of Easter, I’d like to share the video below. It was created by The Bible Project. Their videos are top notch, both in artistic style and in clarity of message. To see more of their videos, go here. The one that I’ve shared below is about the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It not only describes what happened in the events of the resurrection, but it also does a good job of explaining the significance of it all. It’s more than just a cool Bible story. It is the most important event in the history of the world. I … Continue reading Cool Easter Animation

Easter – Truth or Fairy Tale?

There’s nothing wrong with dying eggs with our kids and taking them to easter egg  hunts as long as we also spend time reminding them of what Easter is really about. The entire Christian faith rests upon the event that Easter was originally meant to celebrate; the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Its not enough to teach our kids that Jesus was a good man who we should give reverence to once or twice a year. Our kids need to know that the Bible stories are true. The historical evidence is there. We, as parents and grandparents, and mentors need to … Continue reading Easter – Truth or Fairy Tale?

Ridley Scott’s NonBiblical EXODUS

Here we go again. Another great Bible story is being translated into a big-budget Hollywood movie by a Director and a lead actor whose least concern is telling the story accurately. This time it’s the story of Moses as he leads the children of Israel out of Egypt. The Director is Ridley Scott who admits that he’s an atheist, and the star is Christian Bale whose list of starring roles is not exactly a strong resume to play one of the great men of God from the Bible. Exodus: Gods and Kings starts Friday, December 12th. For anyone not concerned about Biblical … Continue reading Ridley Scott’s NonBiblical EXODUS

NOAH Making Waves

The movie Noah will hit theaters March 28th. The director Darren Aronofsky and Paramount Pictures have been sailing on rough waters, so far, as they have struggled to produce a movie that will please Christian and Jewish viewers as well as everyone else. According to an article in The Hollywood Reporter, the director and the studio have different strategies for making movie-goers happy. Their different approaches have caused some serious waves on their journey to completion. THE ARTSY DIRECTOR – Darren Aronofsky has produced some remarkable films leading up to Noah including The Fountain, The Wrestler, and Black Swan. His … Continue reading NOAH Making Waves